An international organization says Saudi Arabia has exploited holy Islamic places in favor of its interests.
Israel is planning to build hundreds of illegal settlement units around Bethlehem to fully encircle the Palestinian city in the occupied West Bank.
Reports say US plans new military bases in Syria despite announcement of withdrawal from war-torn country.
An Omani official has rejected claims that Muscat and Tel Aviv plan to establish an air link.
Saudi Arabia is taking serious steps towards normalization of ties with Israel.
Among main headlines of the Arab newspapers was the strong re-emergence of Daesh terrorists in Iraq.
Palestinian Education Minister Sabri Sidam has accused Israel of falsifying the Palestinian curriculum in schools
A member of Iraqi parliamentary bloc of Fateh has ruled out the formation of the Iraqi cabinet soon
Saudi political and human rights activists say they are chased by Saudi regime abroad.
The crisis that stemmed from the disappearance of the dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi has had grave effects on the Saudi economy.
Saudi sources say the reckless behavior of Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman have concerned the members of the ruling family
Israeli minister for education has said Israel will encounter efforts for establishing Palestinian state.
This episode of Middle East Papers sheds light on top stories published by Arab-language newspapers.
A recent report has revealed that Saudi Arabia and the UAE have been among the countries that have been extensively using the spyware Pegasus to spy on their own people and track human rights advocates.
This episode of Middle East Papers covers different topics, including efforts by Egyptian and UAE officials to influence Libya's politics.